Sunday, 09 December 2018

Top news

Drivers fume as unlawful lorry blocks bridge

CALLS have been made for more signage in and around Whitchurch after an articulated lorry got stuck trying to pass through the village....

 

Row over council’s gift to rugby club

Row over council’s gift to rugby club

A FORMER mayor of Henley has criticised the town council for giving money to a sports club when it had only offered a loan to another. ...

 

Living Advent Day 6: Rock Choir

Living Advent Day 6: Rock Choir

HENLEY Rock choir was Thursday’s surpise act on the sixth night of the Living Advent Calendar.  About 100 people attended the ...

 

Help save the green belt

CAMPAIGNERS opposed to the development of green belt land in Wargrave and Charvil have called on residents to support them. The ...

 

Living Advent Day 3: FidGit

Living Advent Day 3: FidGit

ACOUSTIC duo FidGit performed on the terrace at the Angel on the Bridge pub in Henley on the third night of the town's Living Advent ...

 

Top sports

Handmade hippos go into storage (sort of)

Handmade hippos go into storage (sort of)

MORE than 30 miniature hippos which formed part of an exhibition in Henley over the summer have found a new permanent home. The ...

 

Reading sack Clement after less than nine months in charge

Reading sack Clement after less than nine months in charge

READING have sacked manager Paul Clement after less than nine months in charge. The 46-year-old former Swansea and Derby boss leaves ...

 

The school run that’s good for all

The school run that’s good for all

WITH concerns about an obesity crisis among Britain’s children, one primary school is helping to prevent it. Shiplake Primary School ...

 

Football car park success

A NEW car parking area created for parents attending their children’s football matches at Kings Field in Wargrave is working well. ...

 

Trinity School’s Titans come out on top at Dry Leas

Trinity School’s Titans come out on top at Dry Leas

HUNDREDS of children from five schools in and around Henley took part in a skills workshop at the town’s rugby club. The year one and ...

 

Top entertainments

Living Advent Day 4: Thames Valley Chorus

Living Advent Day 4: Thames Valley Chorus

The Thames Valley Chorus sang a mix of Christmas hits and traditional favourites for the fourth night of this year’s Henley Living ...

 

Youth theatre company triumphs with adaptation of Aeschylus

Youth theatre company triumphs with adaptation of Aeschylus

The Oresteia | Progress Theatre, Reading | Wednesday, December 5 AT first glance, there might appear to be a slight mismatch between a ...

 

80 years of pantos — and this year’s is one to celebrate too

80 years of pantos — and this year’s is one to celebrate too

Dick Whittington | Theatre Royal Windsor | Thursday, November 29 WITH 80 years of pantos at the Theatre Royal Windsor to celebrate, ...

 

Museum wins award for quality of education service

Museum wins award for quality of education service

THE River & Rowing Museum in Henley has been recognised for the quality of its education service. It has won the Sandford Award, an ...

 

Tears for Fears join Kylie at Blenheim

Tears for Fears join Kylie at Blenheim

EIGHTIES pop duo Tears for Fears are the latest headline act announced for next summer’s Nocturne Live concert series at Blenheim ...

 

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